Next VFP Meeting

Veterans For Peace Chapter 178 is moving forward. We are in the process of collaborating with other veteran and social change groups to teach Peace Literacy. Next VFP meeting, at Quaker Meeting House this Sunday, January 13, 2019. 2222 West Vine Drive. Peace Literacy Study Group January 27, 2019 Quaker Meeting House. Books: The End of War by Paul K. Chappell. Non-Violence proven instrument.

Mythic Cabaret

Music, Myth, & Poetry is a service of the Dan Lyons Northern Colorado Chapter 178 of Veterans For Peace. Incorporating American spirituals and folk songs, myth and storytelling, veteran and Veteran Advocate pumaPaul will officiate a ‘peace potlatch.’ It all serves to enhance consciousness in our collective effort of waging peace. Mythic Cabaret is a complimentary tool for any Veteran service organization, peace group or VFP chapter seeking inspiration and spiritual renewal. Ultimately it hopes to empower all peaceful warriors with tools on their journey toward wholeness and coming home from the war in the mind.

Veterans For Peace Blog

January 11, 2019

To build a border wall or not.

First of all, it’s another stupid idea. You need better advisors, Mr. President. The Roman Empire built a wall in Britain to keep the marauding Scots from pestering the far reaches of its Empire. Today’s equivalent of Hadrian’s wall would be a construction site in some valley in Afghanistan or within some pristine ecosystem in Okinawa. But not on the border between Mexico and the United States of America. Only an occupying force would see the need for a border wall.

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December 5, 2018

Today suddenly became a day of mourning in these dis-united states on the death of George H.W. Bush. It almost sounds like a press release the Pentagon had in its war making plan book. Being President of the United States is no minor thing. Bush the Elder served his one term. Perhaps he was a man of character. But what character, history will be his judge.

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November 22, 2018

Myth is a powerful instrument. Gratitude is also a very powerful spiritual tool. When being brainwashed to fight a war myth is used to de-humanize or stigmatize the enemy. It conjures up “fake” story in order to rouse moral indignation and hatred enough to commit and condone violence. As we celebrate Thanksgiving this year we may have to dig deeper to find something to be thankful for in our nation.

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November 18, 2018

The one certain thing Donald Trump has done for the nation is to give us a sterling example of America in default mode. The system is broken and Donald Trump being President is a starkly poetic example of how the system is in traumatic disorder and disrepair. We all feel the political friction of hate sparking violence throughout America. Militarism is showing its ugly face and Trump’s hand. The divisiveness and hate stirred are nothing new. It has no place to hide in a perception-based world without moral compass.

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November 12, 2018

George W. Bush received the “Liberty Award” at the National Constitution center in Philadephia on Sunday November 11. Many veterans believe Bush Jr. did not deserve such an award. Past recipients being Vaclav Havel, Sandra Day O’Connor and Nelson Mandela. It’s sounding like an overt admission that it is O.K. to usurp the constitution and start a war of aggression. Many veterans continue on and exercise the pledge to defend the constitution of the United States of America.. Many veterans believe that George W and his sponsors built a false case for the United States going to war against Iraq in 2003 and that responsibility falls on Bush.

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November 4, 2018

This current election season should be giving Americans a real debate on the political divide in our nation between corporate capitalism and democratic socialism. One reason we don’t have that necessary debate is that we are a nation at war and we are no longer the light on the hill the forefathers envisioned. The beacon was extinguished by the red tide of waging war and the moral high ground sank into the swamp with the Twin towers. We can light that beacon but we must recognize militarism within our politics and business.

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October 12, 2018

Mythical Prez,

Look what happens when you have the oily sociopaths help you get elected. Do an about face; save the country by building the house that Jack built. We all loved those true American ideals; they were like Motown music because it was relevant, made us feel like dancing; united the nation in a culturally tumultuous time; keeping us together after Jack was assassinated. You betta believe there’s a need for justice & true moral compass and then . . .

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September 29, 2018

Thumbs up to the family of John McCain requesting to keep Trump away from the funeral of the late American Senator and prisoner of war. Veterans can take John McCain’s lead and start giving a thumbs down to more of the same divisive and abusive rhetoric and actions by the President and republican sociopaths.

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August 27, 2018

August 27th marked the 90th anniversary of the signing of the Kellogg-Briand Pact. Signed by President Hoover in 1928, it was drafted by Secretary of State, Frank Kellogg and France’s Foreign Minister Aristide Briand. They won a Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts. The pact, outlawing war as an instrument of policy, was signed by several countries including the United States, France, Germany, Japan, the Soviet Union among the 2 dozen countries. The Kellogg-Briand Act was ratified by the United States Senate by a vote of 85 to 1 making it the law of our land under Article 6 of our Constitution.

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August 5, 2018

I got to walk in the July 4th Parade this year with our small contingent of Veterans For Peace. We had 11people walking in the heat heading west on Mountain Avenue. Five men and six women. Three of whom were members of the Quaker community here in Fort Collins. We were warmed even more by the applause given our small rag-tag group of veterans and citizens asking: There’s got to be a better way than this war business. Early on in the parade route a young man called out to us: "How is peace ever going to come?"

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July 26, 2018

The real news is obviously something the media and the rest of the empire is over-looking. What is gripping the country from going forward is its own “fog of war”. Veterans recovering from their trauma understand this to be the case. The Pentagon and Defense Industry is reaping obscene profits and John Brennan continues to write the current fiction while continuing in the role of the CIA’s “reign of terror” and mayhem since the Obama Administration.

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July 11, 2018

What does America really have to celebrate this July 4th? The nation seems to be drifting like a flotilla of plastic bottles in a stormy ocean since November 2016. It can easily be stated that what Trump and the chicken hawks have given the country is a very clear picture of America without a soul or conscience. Yet one doesn’t have to dig very deep to discover the cause of how America got to this point.

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June 12, 2018

Supremacy at what cost? Whether the latest military exercises by the Pentagon and South Korean forces were “planned” or not, this risky and unnecessary posturing posed a threat to not only peace negotiations but grave risk of starting a nuclear exchange. President Trump, who is not Uncle Sam, would be best to fire the leadership at the Pentagon who authorized this military exercise. Trump needs to show that he is negotiating the deal, not the pentagon.

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May 26, 2018

One area indigenous tribes have contributed quite successfully to America has been serving in the United States Military. Many veterans can attest to the loyalty and contribution of Native Americans. Native Americans actually helped bring a quicker end to world wars I & II. Notably, the Choctaw code talkers of World War I and Navaho and Commanche code speakers in World War II. Most tribes consider themselves True Americans.

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April 25, 2018

Thumbs down to the Coloradoan for printing a faux letter from Donald Trump in its Sunday Opinion section. How inappropriate, but then again, the media which Trump criticizes non-stop, was remiss in letting the public know that Trump succeeded in getting the wealthy a tax break returning the political favor. Who else to cheat the system but none other than the capitalistic greed that rigged it.

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April 18, 2018

Thumbs down to the Coloradoan for its repeated use of Bob Schaefer’s column. What is so egregious is Schaefer is a principal of a charter school and unabashed proponent of soulless(unregulated) capitalism. He continually has to chime in about regulation as being some “obstacle in the path of free markets” nonsense. Why don’t other school principals get a chance to write an op-ed? The Coloradoan is doing Schaefer a political favor and its readers a disservice.

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March 21, 2018

Dear David Koch,

Those blessed with great wealth have a greater responsibility. America has been blessed by those who recognized an opportunity and then went on to become a better human being.

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March 1, 2018

A salute to the righteous high school students in Florida who travelled to their state capital to shame the legislature for failing to act after another massacre of innocents. You caught these puppets of profit, morally bankrupt con men standing in a swamp of hypocrisy.

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Feb.19, 2018

Dear Editor, With all the fake news being perpetrated these days, what do students at Colorado State have to be hopeful about?

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January 30, 2018

Donald Trump commented frequently during the campaign that he had a plan to end the war on terror. If Trump could acknowledgethis plan and its support within the Veteran community and its resources, he could implement his plan effectively

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December 25, 2017

A Christmas wish to Veterans in Northern Colorado and elsewhere from the Chaplain of Veterans For Peace Chapter 178. We have all heard the term shadow government over the years in reference to wars fought on foreign soil. Traumatic Stress, moral injury have been the result of these wars and an increasing veteran suicide rates. If we act on information we have, there could be full funding of Veterans Affairs Administration.

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December 20, 2017

The media needs to be more aware of a changing narrative happening in real time. The Korean confrontation between a mad man bully of the so called free world and a rogue dupe of a military dictatorship can be resolved without war but in a win-win for all sides and for the benefit of all humanity.

Trump and his counterpart are mere adolescents when it comes to diplomacy. Both the disunited States of America and North Korea and their militaries should recuse themselves from getting in the way of diplomacy. Is it not time to let the Koreans resolve this conflict themselves?

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November 11, 2017

As our nation continues to struggle in un-winnable wars around the world, Veterans For Peace is Declaring Peace this Armistice/Veterans Day.

Since the war in Vietnam, ConscientiousObjector status has been discouraged andrepressed by the military, especially in Iraq, Afghanistan & the overall war on terror.

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November 7, 2017

As a result of CIA keeping secrets our national security and unity has suffered. If you really want to clean up the swamp in Washington, Mr. President, look right across the Potomac and you will see a Pentagon that is the source of what you are smelling. These are the guys who brought you the war on terror, Iraq war, Afghanistan war, the Gulf War, Vietnam.

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October 24, 2017

Bowe Bergdahl has confessed to the Army’s charges of desertion. It makes this Forgotten Veteran ask: Who is the Pentagon accountable to? The Military is dependent on discipline and obedience in its chain of command. However, over the past 16 years in Afghanistan, the Pentagon has consistently been deceptive regarding the mission in Afghanistan.

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September 24, 2017

Those we need the most are those that we push away the hardest. The angry white gang’s backs are against a wall. Like Trump, they’ve stigmatized themselves into this darkness. The economic system these terrorists benefitted from is being exposed as militaristic and fraudulent. It can’t be ignored.

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August 13, 2017

The United States, Great Britain and France were the three nations who failed to sign the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (July 10). Isn’t it ironic that the three rogue nations are also the last of the three Colonial powers of the world? Ordinary citizens may not care whether the United States is a colonial power or not, but many Americans who care about the environment, peace, Democracy and the Constitution, view being a colonial power offensive to American values and a rogue outlaw nation even more egregious to the American Soul.

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July 24, 2017

Advocating our future leaders to not question capitalism is an act of cowardice and denial. Capitalism world wide and in the United States is in need of an engine overhaul.

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June 22, 2017

Defense Secretary James Mattis has admitted that the war in Afghanistan is not going well and additional troops may be needed to curb the insurgency due to the NATO occupation. Mattis appears, like President Trump, that he is not getting much sleep. The Defense Secretary is of the generation that has known much war with little if any positive results. Along with his contemporaries who have seen better days, arthritis sets in for these valiant warhorses and it’s all feeling a lot more painful to negotiate those battlefield moves.

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May 22, 2017

Generals Smedley Butler and Dwight D. Eisenhower were American heroes because they got the job done in uniform and then told it like it “needed to be told” as responsible citizens. Butler was a respected Marine Corps soldier and officer who, in later life wrote a book, “War is a Racket.” Eisenhower most notably warned us in 1961 of what we now have tied around the necks of Americans, a bumbling, expensive military bureaucracy fighting a war against so called religious extremists while propping up a flawed ideology for the last 70 years and not on any moral high ground for that matter.

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April 17, 2017

Thumbs up to modern day descendants of Abrahamic covenants for their demonstration of solidarity and mutual respect in the aftermath of the recent vandalism at the Islamic Center. You keep our hearts open. America is at heart, a nation willing to help and accept “the other”, a nation of descendants of refugees from war, religious and political oppression, starvation, and slavery. A veteran, Joseph Giaquinto, has confessed to the crime.

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March 29, 2017

The Veterans Administration did the right thing by extending care to numerous veterans who were discharged with less than honorable discharges. The new Veterans Affairs Director, Dr. David Shulkin credits Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman for pushing him to take this action.

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February 12, 2017

President Trump got on the same wavelength with extremists when within 24 hours of issuing the ban on Muslims, ordered a drone execution in Yemen. If President Trump truly wants to make America great again, it is not to be the bully in the world. He can take a constructive first step in firing Brennan at the CIA. Brennan is a warrior in need of R&R as the military would say. This could be the first step in changing this corrupt government agency.

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January 29, 2017

If there were any heroics demonstrated in the past year, it was the action of veterans who made the journey to help defend water protectors at Standing Rock in Dakota country. Paraphrasing a Denver area veteran, “ I felt a calling to go up there when I found out how my fellow Americans’ constitutional rights were literally being trampled upon by militarized police.” The same veteran went on to say, “I actually felt like I was defending the American people for the first time.” These veterans were willing to defend Americans who were defending their water supply from corporate irresponsibility. They had “come home” to America.

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December 1, 2016

Call for a Commission on National Reconciliation

General Omar Bradley once said, “The World has achieved brilliance without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants.”

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November 14, 2016

This Veterans Day, originally called Armistice Day, may be the most opportune time to declare an Armistice in the global war to end all war.

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October 15, 2016

This election, it is incumbent upon each American citizen to vote their conscience. We have had enough lies, misinformation, arrogance and demagoguery to alienate Americans from politics, and each other. America is in the throes of an anxiety attack. This shadow is not the True America.

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August 20, 2016

Two Korean War Veterans who have had an great influence upon this writer are Dan Lyons and Jim Johnson. These two men served in the military in Korea during the hot conflict (1950-53) came home and went on to be vital members of the Fort Collins community, raising families and continuing to be integral citizens. These men lived the American Dream and extended their on-going service to their country in helping expose the costs of unnecessary wars. Both of these men were in the opposition to the American War in Vietnam during the 1960's I’m grateful to have known these giants of men because of their belief in a better way than war to solve conflict.

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July 25, 2016

A tragedy can be a great teacher. One occurred recently in Baton Rouge Louisiana. It was the second veteran of two military veterans suicide which also brought additional loss of life; Along with more grief and fear. The suicide was only one on the average of 20 per day nationally committed by veterans. Upon coming home to America with traumatic stress from these illegal and ill conceived wars. Who is looking out for these men and women with P.T.S.? The Veterans Administration along with Veterans Service organizations, The American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, VFW and various private foundations help provide paths to healing for these returning warriors. Yet there are struggling warriors falling through the safety net everyday.

It would be in the public interest for citizens and organizations to learn about traumatic stress to be better equipped to interact with people who have been in war zones. Many cities in the United States are war zones in the way police enforce law. We have to move beyond saying, Thank You for your service, to How are you doing?. . . How can I help? These returning warriors are our neighbors as are police. That’s where the healing starts. No more marginalizing. We’re all in this together.

June23, 2016

The American Public Health Association. APHA, produced a paper in June of 2014, commonly known as the Wiist report, “The role of public health in the prevention of war.” The document addresses militarism in our social fabric. “From WWII to 2001, the United States launched 201 military operations around the world, not counting Afghanistan and Iraq.” This is one of the many indicators of militarism that has permeated our social fabric. The report stresses that we take a realistic approach to militarism and its adverse effect on our national health.

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April 24, 2016

The only true leaders running for President are Jill Stein of the Green Party and Bernie Sanders, an Independent Social Democrat. This marginalization process is oppressive. If any American who cared about the corruption in our midst, took the time to read or listen to Stein speak to our times, they would recognize a true leader and the Green direction our nation needs to take.

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April 3, 2016

With the election season in full swing, it may be time to finally have the ever prescient debate on free market capitalism and democratic socialism. If we have an embodiment of capitalism it is arguably, Donald Trump.

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January 31, 2016

A recent opinion piece penned by a so-called pastor of a Christian denomination stated that as a person of European descent he could not empathize with African-Americans struggle for equality and justice. Fortunately, most Christian churches do not endorse or practice this anti-christianity. A more accurate term for this “belief” is anti-compassionism.

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December 27, 2015

The Army is court-martialling Bowe Bergdahl for desertion of his post in Afghanistan. Bergdahl, has on numerous occasions claimed he was disillusioned with the Command and leadership of the Army and its true mission in Afghanistan. Bergdahl believed the lies he and fellow soldiers were force fed about the American mission there. Instead, he came to realize that he was part of an interventionist army in a country’s civil war. The Northern Alliance had been at war with the Taliban for control of the government in Afghanistan in 2001.

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December 19, 2015

Our nation’s mental health has suffered greatly since the Korean conflict, accelerated during the war in Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, the war against terror. This perpetualwar is not sustainable for the earth nor our nation's well being. Therein lies our mental health problem. The decline in our nation's mental health is directly tied to our nation's militarism.

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October 10, 2015

The Pentagon is looking for a place to put Detainees now at Guantanamo Bay. Political reaction was quick. Immediately, no congressmanor Senator wanted any of the detainees in one of the many prisons scattered throughout our nation.

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August 16, 2015

When I was growing up during the cold war, a neighbor of mine offered his thoughts on the nation he loved: “America will never be defeated from without, but it was most vulnerable to the enemy within”. My neighbor was an American army medic during WWII and a respected policeman. His words have stayed with me throughout my life: Even George Washington, warned Americans of the dangers a standing army would pose to our constitutional government.

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July 28, 2015

I attended a Memorial Service recently and the pastor exhorted in his grief that America is a great country, but it has some serious problems. There seems to be some invisible force holding us back to move forward together.

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July 4, 2015

Let reconciliation commence!

America is the grand experiment that has been happening for the past 239 years. Besides being an experiment in self-government, America has been a social experiment for all peoples of the world to cometogether and live in peace and harmony.

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May 10, 2015

It’s time we ask the Joint Chiefs of Staff who they really work for. It was announced recently that General Dempsey will be replaced by a Marine Corps General as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. What the top brass at the Pentagon really fear is being held accountable.

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March 1, 2015

In the January-February issue of the Atlantic, James Fallows has an excellent article on the Tragedy of the American Military. He exposes the depth of corruption in the Military-Industrial-Congressional-Complex. Fallows emphasizes that we are on a dangerous road with having no accountability with decision makers in the Pentagon initiating “unwinnable” wars. Has any member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff resigned from failure to achieve “strategic” goals in Iraq? In the Atlantic article, former military intelligence officer, Jim Gourley wrote in the blog, Best Defense, “Evaluated according to the goals set forth by our military leadership, the war ended in utter defeat for our forces.”

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February 8, 2015

When Code Pink protestors interrupted the Senate Armed Services committee meeting last Week, John McCain called these protestors, 2 of which were women,“scum of the earth”. What McCain was actually doing was projecting his own shadow upon these protestors who were only expressing their 1st amendment rights of free speech. Their protest, revealed the backward looking McCain with Henry Kissinger, the self-styled Prince Metternich of NATO

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January 15, 2015

Harry Truman wrote in the Washington Post in December of 1963 that the CIA, created in his administration as an intelligence arm of the President, had already began to exert itself as a branch of government.

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December 25, 2014

In 1914, during World War I, “the war to end all wars”, combatants on the front lines of both sides called a Christmas truce. Perhaps America will be blessed this Christmas with a truce in our moral and political conflicts.

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December 1, 2014

If Republicans truly want to shake things up inWashington, it would be politically advantageous to take the path towards peace. But the latest Vegas odds are the Republicans won’t seek peace.Why should they? War is good for business andwe have a Democratic lame duck President whocontinues to follow a failed policy. George W. Bush and his gang started wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, yet still appears not even to fathom the enormous suffering, devastation and chaos caused by these invasions, not to mention the trillion dollars spent in fighting these wars and nothing to show for it but chaos, fear and uncertainty.

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November 16, 2014

I trust God has blessed America and will continue to do so. But my faith leads me to ask veterans of all wars post WWII:Is this present state of perpetual war reallyserving to protect the constitution and theterritory we know of as the United States of America?We have a situation that now demands our attention. We were told back in August that ISIL “came out of nowhere.” That’s not true. The Pentagon knew of and even armed this faction fighting in the Syrian Civil war.

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October 31, 2014

It’s Halloween and election season’s ghost reminds me more and more about another ghost, the ghost of war. The potential to be really frightened by the open greed and lust for power grows more evident yet the one thing that is not being discussed is obvious as the changing leaves: “Where is the leadership?”

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October 10, 2014

It’s time to have Peace in our political discourse. There is nothing unpatriotic in seeking peace. What are American interests? That’s what we need to be discussing.

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September 12, 2014

Cory Gardner is not fit to be a United States Senator. Gardner’s abysmal tenure in congress is proof of that. A self-proclaimed ‘new republican’, Gardner has proven he is the Military Industrial Surveillance Complex’ man. Translated to politics it means following a policy of perpetual war on Islamic extremism, the poor, the environment and the rights of women. This new republicanism is nothing new. It is bullying rhetoric and waging war as national policy. Ever since Reagan and the Cold War, these 'new republicans' still deny accountability for any of the militarization of our nation, and always pointing a finger of blame at someone else.

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August 27, 2014

The voices we are hearing from Gaza and Ferguson are cries for peace, justice and fearless leadership. There was an article in the AARP Bulletin several months ago: The Psychology of a Con Job. It stated: The scammer’s goal is to not let you think rationally; to operate on an emotional level. To put you ‘under the ether.’ Transposing this psychology to waging undeclared war works to perfection. Be it communism, despotism, and our current war on terrorism. In the present situation in our country and the world, the Military-Industrial-Complex is openly playing to our fears. In this case, the Islamic State, has come out of “no-where”. That is a myth.

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August 8, 2014

On open letter to John Brennan, Director of the CIA. There was a symposium on national security in June at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. There was concern in the “intelligence community” about its image. I understand that torture is not the only thing you’re concerned with these days.

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June 16, 2014

President Obama exerted leadership bynegotiating the release of soldier Bowe Bergdahl.If there was any rationale for keeping prisonersin Guantanamo, it would be for such an exchangeof prisoners. Former prosecutor at Guantanamo Retired Air Force Colonel Morris Davis has publicly stated there was no case against any of the 5 detainees released. Yet John McCain says they are dangerous. See how they play on fear.

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May 26, 2014

Let’s reflect this Memorial Day onthose who have died in all wars since the civilwar. The outcry over veterans not getting the care they needed is justified. We are all negligent to a certain degree for not being there for veterans. It is correct to demand accountability. But let’s reflect on our individual responsibility to make the transitionfor veterans from war to civil society a smoother one. There are wonderful people in our community working to make sure there is no veteran falling through the cracks. They work in tandem with the VA. They are volunteers who live and work in our community. They remind us that it is a sharedresponsibility in caring for veterans.

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March 5, 2014

There have been several articles recently about cheating and the abuse of female members of the armed services. It has to do with “rot in the system,” to use an Air Force general's terminology of the discoveries of cheating within the ranks of officers in charge of weapons of mass destruction.
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January 25, 2014

As we celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., let us hope to realize the simple yet profound impact his life and ministry has had on our nation, whether we see Dr. King as a biblical Old Testament prophet advocating America to live up to its potential as a nation “blessed by God” or as a man of his time who not only believed in equality and justice for all but felt obligated to answer the call to conscience. Being a Christian minister, Martin Luther King Jr. believed in Christ working through our conscience to attain that sense of being that many Americans share: out of many, one. But to get there meant for many to get rid of some deep–rooted prejudices and perceptions of other people. The civil rights struggle was and still is a time for America to confront some attitudes and beliefs that were contrary to the soul but prevalent in the United States of America at the time.
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October 29, 2013

Veterans for Peace was started in 1985 to expose the true cost of war and abolish war as an instrument of national policy. One can safely say that in our present state of national disunity, at the heart of the matter is little mention, if any, on war making and defense spending in the debt crisis debate. It is directly related to fighting the Iraq and Afghanistan wars on credit. This beast will go to extremes to avoid being cut. That is what I believe is happening now in our nation.

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August 30,2013

One television show we all have tuned in on and enjoyed is “M*A*S*H.” With its wonderful ensemble of characters the show provides some good laughs as much as attempts to remind us of war's horror and suffering. Set in Korea during the “Hidden War,” it is in syndication and still being aired today, relevant as ever in our present episode of “perpetual war.”
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